- DUNDEE (God moves in a mysterious way)
- CAITHNESS (O for a closer walk with god)
in Unitate, a canon
she whipped o’re the dales,
sweet and merry month of May,
God be with old Simeon
ho, to the greenwood
We will be meeting as usual on Tuesdays at 7:45 PM at my place.
There are several concerts of Renaissance music this
- Convivium Musicum is
playing works of Orlandus Lassus on Saturday, January 28 at 7 PM
Cambridge Friends Meeting house and on Sunday, January 29 at at
4 PM at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Brookline.
- Music for Viols and Friends presents “The Tudor Consort,”
music from the courts of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, performed
by mezzosoprano Pamela Dellal, El Dorado Ensemble (Carol Lewis,
Mai-Lan Broekman, Paul Johnson, Janet Haas and Alice Mroszczyk,
viols; Olav Chris Henriksen, lute & renaissance guitar) and
special guest Wendy Gillespie, viol. The concert features songs,
dances, fantasies & solos by Henry VIII himself, van Wilder,
Ferrabosco I, Tallis, Byrd, Johnson, Morley & others. It will be
Friday, January 27, 2012 at 8 pm in Lindsay Chapel, First Church in
Cambridge, Congregational, Cambridge MA, and also Sunday, January 29,
2012 at 3 pm at the Somerville Museum.
- Exultemus is playing
double choir music for voices and brass on Saturday, January 28
at 8pm in the University Lutheran Church, Harvard Square, and on
Sunday, January 29, at 3pm at the First Lutheran Church of Boston.